The Ultimate Pheasants Forever Quiz

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4 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

Pheasants Forever (PF) is a group dedicated to conserving pheasants and other wild creatures. Take this quiz to learn more about Pheasants Forever.

What is the scientific name for a pheasant?

Phasianus colchicus is the Latin term.

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Which group is dedicated to the conservation of pheasants?

Pheasants Forever is dedicated to the protection and conservation of pheasants.

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Pheasants Forever has more than ______ members in the United States and Canada.

Pheasants Forever is the largest pheasant conservation organization in the United States and Canada.

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Which country first exported ringneck pheasant to the U.S.?

The first ringneck pheasant was imported from China,

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When was ringneck pheasant first brought into the U.S.A.?

The ringneck pheasant was introduced to the U.S. in 1882.

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Which state was the first to welcome the ringneck pheasant?

The first ringneck pheasant was brought from China to Oregon's Willamette Valley in 1882.

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Who brought the first ringneck pheasant to America?

Judge Owen Denny introduced the first flock.

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Which U.S. city claims to be the Pheasant Capital of the World?

Redfield, South Dakota, makes that claim.

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How many Pheasants Forever chapters are there in Canada and the U.S.?

There are more than 650 chapters across both countries.

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How many acres of land are conserved by Pheasants Forever?

Pheasants Forever is one of the largest conservation organizations in North America, having more than 4 million acres (1.6 million hectares) of conservation land.

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The vision of Pheasants Forever is based on the work of:

Pheasants Forever is based on the work of the renowned conservationist Aldo Leopold.

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What is a group of geese called?

A group of geese on land is called a gaggle.

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What is a group of seagulls called?

A group of sea gulls is called a flock.

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What is a group of pheasants called?

A group of pheasants has different names: a nest, nide, nye, brood, bouquet or covey.

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Who is known as the father of wildlife management?

Aldo Leopold is considered by many as the father of wildlife management.

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What is the aim of Pheasants Forever's education program?

Pheasants Forever has developed an innovative education program focusing on pheasant and wildlife conservation.

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Pheasants Forever is a ______________ conservation organization.

Pheasants Forever is a nonprofit conservation organization.

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What is the name of Pheasants Forever's kids club?

Youth can receive specials benefits by becoming a part of the organization's kids club, called Ringnecks.

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Pheasants Forever manages more than ___ million acres of wildlife habitat.

Pheasants Forever manages more than 50 million acres (20,234,000 hectares) of wildlife habitat.

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How much does a one-year membership to Pheasants Forever cost?

A one-year basic associate membership costs $30.

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